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Little steamer

Kevinj_3 Member Posts: 27
Yep, big old atmospherics.

Muskegon boiler works was located a few miles from my home and recently they turned the old factory into art studios and such.

By the way, the boiler has a date of 1915 on it and it is the original to the building. I think the small one was for the domestic water during the summer months.


  • Kevinj_3
    Kevinj_3 Member Posts: 27
    Step back in time

    I found this in an old boiler room while checking the district steam to the building.
  • tim smith
    tim smith Member Posts: 2,752
    Great pics, Thanks

    Are those big old atmospheric burners on those?? I do not see a forced draft fan there. Pretty cool.
  • Joe Billow_6
    Joe Billow_6 Member Posts: 69

    I envy you guys that get to see some of these older systems. Here in Eureka Montana the oldest place with any type of water or steam heat is 1950. I have ran some traction equipment but mostly it is ran on compressed air. Thanks for the pics Kevin.

    Edit- I saw pressure in one of the control room pics, are they still using them? The calander is a little bit out of date.

    Joe Billow
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